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  • Clay Higgins, George Soros, The Muslim Brotherhood And The Interfaith Alliance

    06/09/2017 1:29:14 PM PDT · by LSUfan · 4 replies
    The Hayride ^ | 9 June 17 | Christopher Holton
    Though many people seem to have forgotten, America is at war. We are at war with a global jihadist movement that has been waging an insurgency against Western civilization for decades. One of the enemy combatant organizations in this conflict is the Islamic State (sometimes referred to as ISIS). The Islamic State has either inspired or directed Jihadist attack around the world against America and our allies, from Orlando, Florida, Chattanooga, Tennessee and San Bernardino, California to Great Britain, France and Belgium, all the way to the Philippines. Jihadists from the Islamic State and similar organizations, such as Al Qaeda,...
  • Several Jewish groups praise Obama administration’s transgender protections (all liberals)

    05/15/2016 12:11:03 PM PDT · by Olog-hai · 30 replies
    Jewish Telegraphic Agency ^ | May 15, 2016 6:30am
    Amid controversy over new protections President Barack Obama has extended to transgender people, a number of Jewish groups have welcomed them. A statement Friday from the Reform movement’s Religious Action Center praised the guidance issued the same day by the Justice and Education departments requiring that schools receiving federal funds end discrimination based on sexual identification. […] The National Council for Jewish Women said the guidance “provides needed clarity and best practices for public school districts and institutions of higher learning.” Also praising the guidance was Rabbi Jack Moline, who directs Interfaith Alliance, a coalition that includes major Jewish national...

    01/31/2017 9:17:26 PM PST · by Tours · 138 replies
    Jerusalem Post ^ | Feb. 1, 2017 | Michael Wilner
    Washington President Donald Trump nominated Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court on Tuesday night, fulfilling his campaign promise to nominate a documented judicial conservative to the nation's justiceship. Gorsuch currently serves as a judge on the US Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit. If confirmed by the Senate, he will take the seat of the late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, considered a lion of the law and a hero of the political Right. Scalia died over a year ago, leaving a vacancy on the nine-judge court. But Republican Senate leadership refused to entertain then-president Barack Obama's choice for...
  • US officials to meet religious leaders on anti-Islam attacks (including Attorney General Holder)

    09/07/2010 1:54:17 PM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 188 replies
    AFP on Yahoo ^ | 9/7/10 | AFP
    WASHINGTON (AFP) – US Attorney General Eric Holder was Tuesday to meet with religious leaders from across all faiths to discuss ways to stem a wave of attacks against Muslims and mosques. The talks would examine measures the Department of Justice "can take against rising anti-Muslim hate and acts of violence and intimidation against American Muslims," the broad coalition said in a press release. The 4:00 pm (2000 GMT) meeting comes as an evangelical church in Florida vowed to press ahead with plans to burn a Koran on Saturday, to mark the ninth anniversary of the September 11, 2001 attacks....
  • Rachel Maddow to Receive Award for Her 'Civility' and 'Tolerance' (ugh!)

    08/17/2010 10:11:52 AM PDT · by Justaham · 36 replies · 4+ views ^ | 8-17-10 | Noel Sheppard
    MSNBC's Rachel Maddow is actually about to win an award for her "civility" and "tolerance." "The Walter Cronkite Faith & Freedom Award, established by Interfaith Alliance in 1998, recognizes individuals who courageously promote democratic values, defend religious freedom and reinvigorate informed civic participation," reads a statement released by the organization Monday. "The award recognizes individuals whose actions have embodied the values of civility, tolerance, diversity and cooperation in the advancement of public dialogue and public policy on traditionally controversial and divisive issues."
  • The TrueMajority 10 Principles (Help dissect propaganda)

    03/05/2003 4:56:41 PM PST · by listenhillary · 25 replies · 523+ views
    True Majority ^ | 3/05/03 | Ben Cohen
    1. Attack World Hunger and Poverty as if Our Life Depends on It: It Does. Anchor our foreign policy in the compassion for the poor that unites all the world's religions. Reduce the debts of impoverished countries. Shift foreign aid from buying weapons to feeding people. 2. Champion the Rights of Every Child, Woman and Man. Make America stand for justice, not expediency. Stop turning a blind eye to governments that abuse their own people. Ratify the Convention on the Rights of the Child and the Convention on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women. If punishing a foreign tyrant means,...
  • Walter Cronkite endorses Campaign to Force Christianity out of U.S. Public Life

    02/28/2007 3:58:50 PM PST · by wagglebee · 109 replies · 4,339+ views
    LifeSiteNews ^ | 2/28/07 | Gudrun Schultz
    SAN JOSE, California, February 28, 2007 ( - A new campaign to force Christian influence out of the public sphere was launched last week in San Jose, California, in response to what is seen as a returning strength of religious organizations in American society. Led by members of the Interfaith Alliance, an organization dedicated to countering the influence of the conservative Christian Coalition on federal politics, the new campaign is designed to promote policies that would silence the political voice of the “religious right.” Called ‘First Amendment First’, the campaign has been billed as a defense of the separation of...
  • Bush Invited To Join Gold Star Families At Interfaith Prayer Service Friday Outside His Ranch

    08/16/2005 12:57:52 PM PDT · by areafiftyone · 394 replies · 5,418+ views
    NCCCUSA ^ | 8/16/05
    New York, August 16, 2005 – The General Secretary of the National Council of Churches is urging President Bush to join with Gold Star families and religious leaders in an interfaith prayer service outside the Bush ranch at noon (CDT) Friday,  The prayer service has been called by Gold Star mother Cindy Sheehan “as an opportunity for Americans and others across the world to pray for our soldiers in Iraq, their families and in particular the mothers of our fallen.”   Sheehan, along with United Methodist laywoman Celeste Zappala and other Gold Star mothers, has been waiting outside the...
  • Ex-Gay Camp Investigation Called Off-Investigation Was Prompted by Teen's Blog

    06/28/2005 9:00:14 AM PDT · by Betaille · 28 replies · 835+ views
    ABC News ^ | June 28, 2005 | Rose Palazzolo
    Tennessee officials closed an investigation into a so-called ex-gay ministry because of a lack of evidence to support child abuse allegations. But the Memphis organization that says instilling Christian beliefs can keep gays from acting on their homosexual desires continues to be the center of controversy. The Tennessee Department of Children's Services began an investigation into Love In Action, which advertises homosexual conversion therapy for adolescents, after a 16-year-old boy's blog started causing a stir in the blogosphere.
  • Interfaith group backs expanded hate-crimes bill

    05/28/2005 7:32:21 PM PDT · by Free and Armed · 6 replies · 303+ views
    WorldNetDaily ^ | May 28, 2005
    The liberal Interfaith Alliance is backing a hate-crimes bill that adds "sexual orientation" to its list of protected list. The legislation, reintroduced by two Democrats and two Republicans in Congress, would expand federal jurisdiction to cover violent hate crimes committed "because of the actual or perceived race, color, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, gender or disability" of the victim.
  • Dr. James Dobson, 'evangelical devil: Kevin McCullough on why leftists love to hate noted Christian

    05/06/2005 2:52:57 PM PDT · by JohnHuang2 · 107 replies · 2,156+ views ^ | Friday, May 6, 2005 | Kevin McCullough
    Friday, May 6, 2005 Dr. James Dobson, 'evangelical devil'Posted: May 6, 20051:00 a.m. Eastern By Kevin McCullough © 2005 The elections of 2004 taught America some very clear lessons. The most obvious, perhaps, is just how much the American left hate people of faith – true faith, genuine faith. And the ones they hate most of all are evangelical Christians. And the one they hate most out of that group is Dr. James Dobson. Thursday's edition of the Denver Post was particularly ripe with quotes from the left as to their true feelings: "If one thing makes people uncomfortable, it...
  • Nation's Christian Roots Attacked-(lib "Interfaith Alliance" protesting our Christian heritage!)

    05/02/2005 4:14:11 PM PDT · by CHARLITE · 77 replies · 1,306+ views
    A left-leaning group called the Interfaith Alliance is protesting the influence of Christianity in U.S. history. A liberal action group has challenged the views of a well-known conservative who points in detail to the influence Christianity has had on U.S. history. David Barton, founder of Wallbuilders, regularly gives tours of the U.S. Capitol to spotlight the faith-based underpinnings of key moments in American history. But the Interfaith Alliance—a group from the religious left—recently objected to a Barton excursion, accusing him of revising history. The tour in question was for Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist, but the alliance didn't complain to...
  • Walter Cronkite Lashes Out at Falwell, Robertson

    04/04/2005 11:50:20 PM PDT · by mastercylinder · 34 replies · 1,226+ views
    newsmax ^ | April 4, 2005
    Walter Cronkite long projected the image of the respected, objective newsman who didn't allow his personal views to enter the public square. No more, says the retired CBS anchorman in a direct mail letter he has sent out across the nation. The Cronkite letter comes from "The Interfaith Alliance" -- a liberal New York-based coalition of religious groups that oddly includes "agnostics and atheists." The group's letter bears Cronkite's photo on its envelope, identifying him as the "Honorary Chairman" -- with this blunt quote: "For years I kept my opinions to myself. But now I must speak out." In...
  • Kerry's Choice for Religious Outreach Director 'Confounding,' Group Says

    06/15/2004 5:40:04 PM PDT · by kattracks · 51 replies · 1,541+ views ^ | 6/15/04 | Melanie Hunter
    ( - Sen. John Kerry's presidential campaign has hired a new director of religion outreach, who is being described by a Catholic group as "a curious choice." Mara Vanderslice, who formerly worked as religion outreach director for Democrat Howard Dean, was raised without any faith and didn't become an evangelical Christian until she attended Earlham College, a Quaker school known for its adherence to pacifism, the Catholic League said on Monday. According to Catholic League President William Donohue, when Vanderslice was in college she was active in the Earlham Socialist Alliance, a group that supports convicted cop-killer Mumia Abu-Jamal and...
  • New Clergy Group to Push Liberal Causes

    01/09/2004 9:29:37 AM PST · by Theodore R. · 16 replies · 299+ views
    Human Events Online ^ | 01-09-04 | Tooley, Mark
    New Clergy Group to Push Liberal Causes by Mark Tooley Posted Jan 9, 2004 Frustrated that they continue to be overshadowed by conservative religious leaders, a new association of politically liberal clergy has emerged. Mostly comprised of old National Council of Churches (NCC) types, the Clergy Leadership Network (CLN) will focus on opposing U.S. military action and fighting for a larger federal welfare state, while criticizing religious conservatives. Several of CLN's leaders were also formerly leaders in the Interfaith Alliance, another liberal religious group founded ten years ago with the nearly identical purpose of counteracting the "Religious Right." "We're reaching...
  • Hypocritical Allies Helped Landrieu Win

    12/10/2002 12:18:08 PM PST · by Stand Watch Listen · 2 replies · 266+ views ^ | December 10, 2002 | Rick Sellers
    Here in Louisiana Saturday, the Democrats won another important and hotly contested race, mainly because African-American churches supported the Democratic candidate. The well-funded conservative campaign waged by Republican U.S. Senate candidate Suzie Terrell could not overcome the illegal use of black churches by the incumbent Democrat Senator Mary Landrieu. Landrieu learned how to use these ministers and their church assets just as nearly every Democrat has done when running for office over the last 40 years. Landrieu won 52% to 48%, an impressive showing, given the fact that a very popular Republican President and his party pulled out all...